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Pūao-te-Āta-tū : informing Māori social work since 1986 Awhina Hollis-English

By: Hollis-English, Awhina.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Te Komako (Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work).Publisher: Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers 1988Subject(s): GOVERNMENT POLICY | CHILD PROTECTION | CHILD WELFARE | CHILDREN | CULTURAL ISSUES | LEGISLATION | MĀORI | SOCIAL SERVICES | SOCIAL WORK | RANGAHAU MĀORI | TAMARIKI | TAITAMARIKI | TIKANGA TUKU IHO | TOKO I TE ORA | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Te Komako, 2012 In: Te Komako (Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work), 2012, 24(3 & 4): 41-48Summary: "The Pūao-te-Āta-tū Report (1986) [#5000] is the founding document of Māori social work in Aotearoa, second only to Te Tiriti o Waitangi (1840) in its significance for Māori social workers. This article presents the influences of Pūao-te-Āta-tū over the past 20+ years on Māori social work. The Report promoted significant changes to social work; in particular, the development of social work practices by Māori, with whānau Māori. In light of its significant nature, research was undertaken with eight Māori social workers to engage them in discussion on the influential nature of Püao-te-Äta-tü on their social work practice. This article presents the participants’ comments, and emphasises the impact Pūao-te-~Āta-tū had on Māori social work practice methods (Hollis, 2006). " (Author's abstract). This article was published in Te Komako, an occasional journal focusing on Māori issues in social work. Follow the link for other articles in this issue. Record #5571
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Te Komako (Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work), 2012, 24(3 & 4): 41-48

"The Pūao-te-Āta-tū Report (1986) [#5000] is the founding document of Māori social work in Aotearoa, second only to Te Tiriti o Waitangi (1840) in its significance for Māori social workers. This article presents the influences of Pūao-te-Āta-tū over the past 20+ years on Māori social work. The Report promoted significant changes to social work; in particular, the development of social work practices by Māori, with whānau Māori. In light of its significant nature, research was undertaken with eight Māori social workers to engage them in discussion on the influential nature of Püao-te-Äta-tü on their social work practice. This article presents the participants’ comments, and emphasises the impact Pūao-te-~Āta-tū had on Māori social work practice methods (Hollis, 2006). " (Author's abstract). This article was published in Te Komako, an occasional journal focusing on Māori issues in social work. Follow the link for other articles in this issue. Record #5571